News for Central Kids Edgecumbe
Our whānau, in conjunction with EastBay REAP and Coastcare NZ spent our morning planting dunes at our local beach. We aim to do this mahi annually, and invest in environmental care. Our Matariki focuses around conservation and manaakitanga. We had … Continue reading
First and foremost a huge thank you to those that have sent well wishes, koha, kai, manaaki and aroha to our kindergarten staff, children and whānau. Every warm wish is helping, every moment taken out of your day to think … Continue reading
Last week our kindergarten saw the beginning of our play areas new makeover… this has kept our tamariki engaged with great learning opportunities as they watch the men working on clearing the old play area, completion date for our new … Continue reading
Central Kids Edgecumbe once again hosted another very successful Christmas BBQ to help wind up a busy year! Always a popular event with whānau and tamariki coming together to share kai, catch-up socially and in many cases start building new … Continue reading
Wow…. at Central Kids Edgecumbe things are looking much brighter when you visit the 'Secret Garden'! There is so much going on…. butterflies laying eggs, tiny caterpillars munching leaves, bees hovering around the flowers, birds visiting, worms aerating the soil, … Continue reading
A fundraiser to help Kylie raise funds to travel to Canada to attend the Indigenous Conference has been hugely successful. Whānau were given the opportunity to contribute a koha, and children were able to make their own lunch, or choose … Continue reading
At Central Kids Edgecumbe, tamariki, whānau and teachers are busy celebrating Matariki, familiar to some and new learning for others. We have just purchased some Matariki stones which are a great visual resource… another way to share the knowledge of … Continue reading
First day back for Term 2 at Central Kids Edgecumbe and the tamariki couldn't wait to visit the 'Secret Garden'! Eager to see what's changed, what's new, how many caterpillars are left and just to explore the environment. They discovered … Continue reading
Kayla took it upon herself to help Kathryn in the 'Secret Garden' to plant daffodil bulbs. Kayla told Kathryn that all you need to help daffodils grow is "Sun, Rain and Love".
A transition from school visit………….. when school comes to kindergarten! Our manuhiri were Edgecumbe Primary School, Room One!